## Biosymmetrical Mathematical Evolution of Forms, with Incidental Applications

The most inadvertently sexy math problem in existence, if I may say so myself. [link removed](Don’t worry, it wasn’t explicit, just low-quality).                                 If you’re… Read more…

## Dividual Hypothesis

If a person was cut into little pieces, could the person then collect multiple disability checks? Say, for example, I got cut in half and both halves survived thanks to resuscitation. Would I get two payouts, one for each half?… Read more…

## Inherent Virtue

In his dialogue with Laches, Socrates attempts to overcome a pedagogical dillema. He is asked by a friend to train a student in the finer points of virtue. But can someone really teach another person to be virtuous? Socrates makes… Read more…

## Geometry is Flippin’ Sweet

Using necessity and universality to explain the physical world can be problematic.  Universality is founded on an individual’s experiences over multiple instances.  For example, a naturalist may observe a colony of squirrels on multiple occasions.  Each time the squirrels are… Read more…

## Irrational Numbers Are Stupid and Do Not Exist

In this post, I will be making the claim that all numbers are rational. Please excuse the math, and try to follow along if you can. Without further ado, let us examine this idea further. 1 is rational. .5 is… Read more…

## Quoth the Raven, …

If 90% of the internet went unhosted, or was replaced by dreck, would anyone notice? Just as you would never feel for thirst if faced with the loss of half an ocean of freshwater, the internet is so big that… Read more…

## Oh, Green World…

I would like to take a moment to promote biodiversity in ecosystems and compassion towards all living creatures, because beauty in life comes only from nature. While humanity’s attempts at creating art can be said to be beautiful in a more subjective manner, the… Read more…

## A Mathematical Deconstruction of Friendship

You: (A), me: (B), us: (A) ∪ (B), we: ((A) = (B)) & ((A) ∪ (B)), it’s getting weird: (((A) = (B)) & ((B) = (A))) & ((A) ∪ (B)), fate to be determined: (((A) = (B)) & ((B) = (A))) & (((A) ∪ (B))… Read more…